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  • Snohomish County Steelheads open tryouts this weekend
    The Snohomish County Steelheads open tryouts take place this weekend at Lakewood High School in Arlington. The event is the latest building block for the club as they put down roots in Snohomish County. Adult elite male soccer players are encouraging to attend. Over the past few months the Steelheads have organized behind the scenes... Continue Reading →
  • Overlake’s Bartlow is all set for University of Washington soccer | Redmond Reporter
    Ethan Bartlow is dribbling in his dad’s footsteps onto an NCAA Division I soccer squad. The Overlake School senior’s father, Phil, who taught him all about the game, passed away from cancer in September 2016. Ethan credits his dad for instilling values in him that he’s grateful for and will take with him to the... Continue Reading →
  • EWU Soccer gears up for 2018 with new-look team
    The EWU women’s soccer team will look a whole lot different next season. Sixteen incoming freshmen will be looking to make their mark for an Eagle team that lost 10 players to graduation. Those seniors represented 20 goals and 21 assists for the Big Sky Conference champions last year. The Eagles announced the lineup of... Continue Reading →
  • Isaiah Escobedo’s Street Soccer Dojos are Creating Ninja-Like Ballers in the Pacific Northwest – Urban Pitch
    Renowned street baller Isaiah Escobedo has created a street football movement in the U.S. Pacific Northwest with his Street Soccer Dojo programs. What started as a way to increase technicality and creativity on the pitch has gone on to establish a full-on cultural presence, complete with plenty of young ballers. Source: Isaiah Escobedo’s Street Soccer... Continue Reading →
  • UPSL enters Washington with Centralia City FC
    CENTRALIA, WA—The United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) is excited to announce Centralia City Football Club as a new member starting with the 2018 Fall Season. Based in Centralia (Wash.), Centralia City FC begins UPSL play in the Pacific Northwest Conference, and will host its home games at Centralia Tiger Stadium (701 Pioneer Way, Centralia, WA... Continue Reading →
  • 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup Format Finalized
    The 105th edition of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, U.S. Soccer’s National Championship, kicks off May 9 and features a total of 94 participating teams from all levels of American soccer. The tournament will see a tiered bracket and eight rounds of single-elimination play until a champion is crowned in September 2018. Source: 2018... Continue Reading →
  • New coach leads spirited varsity Spartans into pivotal, promising year | Bainbridge Island Review
    From the tile to the turf: Drew Keller, perhaps better known for his longtime involvement with the island water polo program, has traded swim trunks for shin guards, replacing Ian McCallum as the Bainbridge High School boys varsity soccer team head coach. Source: New coach leads spirited varsity Spartans into pivotal, promising year | 2018... Continue Reading →
  • Moses Lake can’t convert opportunities in loss to LC
    Source: Moses Lake can’t convert opportunities in loss to LC
  • Coupeville wins, Oak Harbor ties | Whidbey News-Times
    Coupeville High School collected a win and Oak Harbor battled to a tie as the two local prep teams began their 2018 soccer seasons Saturday, March 10. Source: Coupeville wins, Oak Harbor ties as local teams begin season / Soccer | Whidbey News-Times
  • Port Angeles boys overcome rain, Port Townsend | Peninsula Daily News
    PORT TOWNSEND — Port Angeles moved to 2-0 on the season, scoring four goals in the second half to pull away from Port Townsend 6-2 in soggy, wet conditions at Memorial Field. Source: PREP SOCCER: Port Angeles boys overcome rain, Port Townsend | Peninsula Daily News
  • Liberty boys soccer begins with 1-1 start, Hazen 1-0 | Renton Reporter
    Whether rain or the shine, the high school boys soccer season recently began. Source: Liberty boys soccer begins with 1-1 start, Hazen 1-0 | Renton Reporter  
  • Greater Seattle Surf announce new Executive Director – GoalNation
    Joe Hampson joins Greater Seattle Surf Soccer Club as the new Executive Director. Source: GREATER SEATTLE SURF’S HAMPSON ON DEVELOPING THE BEST PROGRAM – GoalNation Joe Hampson has now joined Greater Seattle Surf (GSS), a nonprofit premier youth soccer club based in Bothell, WA, an affiliate of Surf SC headquartered in San Diego, CA. As Executive... Continue Reading →
  • New season brings high expectations for Shelton soccer
    SHELTON (VIDEO) – A new season of highclimber soccer is fast approaching. Shelton open the 2018 season at Timberline Friday night in conference play. Source: New season brings high expectations for Shelton soccer
  • Reign rumble over UCLA in final preseason warmup
    NORCO, CA— In their final match of the 2018 Preseason Presented by UW Medicine, Seattle Reign FC defeated UCLA 4-0. This was the second all-time meeting between the two teams. “We want to focus on the positives from tonight. If we get the process right, we’ll get the outcomes we’re looking for,” Seattle Reign FC... Continue Reading →
  • Red Sea, Esperance advance to first-ever SAPL Final on Saturday in Kent
    KENT, WA— The Seattle Afrikan Premier League (SAPL) will hold its first-ever Final on Saturday March 17 at Wilson Playfields in Kent as Red Sea FC faces Esperance FC for the trophy. In the semifinals played in March 10 Red Sea beat Afro Kings 4-2 while Esperance FC topped Seattle Ghana Black Stars 3-1. Esperance... Continue Reading →
  • MLS, Liga MX bosses hope new partnership will elevate North American soccer
    NEW YORK—The new partnership between MLS and Liga MX might begin with a single game, but its architects envision it developing into something much bigger than an annual date between two the top teams in North America. Source: MLS, Liga MX bosses hope new partnership will elevate North American soccer Following Tuesday’s announcement of a long-term... Continue Reading →
  • Stars’ Lund makes MASL All-Rookie Team
    TACOMA, WA— On Tuesday, MASL General Managers and Head Coaches selected Stars midfielder Philip Lund to the All-Rookie Team. Every MASL team was allotted one vote to be taken by either the team’s General Manager or Head Coach. Lund was one of only four Tacoma Stars to appear in every game this season, 22 in... Continue Reading →
  • WPFC’s Skinner reflects on ’00 Black’s big Vegas trip
    PUYALLUP, WA— Washington Premier FC is sending two teams to the US Youth Soccer National Championships. goalWA.net connected to the coach of WPFC ’00 Black, Kevin Skinner, to get an inside view on the recent WPFC accomplishments. The National League is a league made up of winning teams from across the country. The only way... Continue Reading →
  • Sounder great Adrian Webster talks about new book ‘Circle of Life’
    Adrian Webster is famous for going up against Pele in 1977 as the Seattle Sounders faced the New York Cosmos in the old NASL Final, “Soccer Bowl.” In recent years Webster has reconnected with the Sounders. He has also been writing down his memories and  new experiences. The latest result is “Circle of Life.” goalWA.net... Continue Reading →
  • Jamie Clark Inks Husky Extension Through 2022
    SEATTLE, WA – University of Washington Director of Athletics Jennifer Cohen announced today Men’s Soccer Coach Jamie Clark has been given a five-year contract extension through the 2022 season. Source: Clark Inks Extension Through 2022 In seven years at the helm, Clark has guided the Huskies to an 87-35-19 overall record (.684 winning percentage), already... Continue Reading →